A near death experience (NDE) is a profound spiritual event experienced by a person close to death or, if not in death, in a situation of spiritual transformational crisis. Because this event includes transcendental and mystical elements, an NDE is a powerful event on a person. The results of the event significantly alter and forever change a person’s life path and purpose.
The First Universalist Church of Denver presented a panel discussion about the nature of the Near Death Experience (NDE) from a research and experiential perspective. Denver IANDS Near Death Studies
was the sponsor. The panel of four included researcher Dr. Roy Hill who has over 20 years of methodically uncovering the significance and meaning of NDEs, along with Deirdre Dewitt Maltby, Rex Fingeld and Nancy Rynes; three participants who shared their own perspectives on their personal NDEs. The panel was moderated by
Constance J. Wells, MS, who is the organizer, founder, of the Denver International Association for Near Death Studies (IANDS).